ICT drives the evolution of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADASs). It enables higher levels of automated driving and ultimately fully Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).
AVs of the future will allow broader mobility offers including end-to-end Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS). They will incorporate the latest ICT technologies like TSN/Ethernet, wireless communication, high definition maps, sensing, and various Machine Learning (ML) techniques to implement novel functions and features. AVs will embed high performance computing platforms and an unprecedented amount of SW.
Safety comes first for automated driving. Policy makers expect that AVs will significantly reduce the number of road fatalities (‘zero-accident’ vision). New technologies impose new challenges on safety engineering:
Existing standards need to be evolved, and new standards are needed to ensure safety despite increasing automated driving complexity. Standards may specify functions, architectures, or processes.
We welcome new participants from large and small corporations, academia, industry, and government agencies that are interested in Assessment of Standardization Gaps for Safe Automated Driving. Key experts would include but are not limited to:
Possible Industry Outcomes
Proposed deliverables and outcomes from this Industry Connections activity may include documents (e.g., white papers, reports), proposals for standards, conferences and workshops, databases, computer code, etc.
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